Senior Citizen
Come Explore your Interests with Tuition Waived

If you are 62 years or older and want to take a college course, we want you!

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Senior Citizens

Come Explore your Interests with Tuition Waived

If you've ever wanted to learn Spanish, create ceramics, dig into history or any other intriguing topic, check out all the great courses Inver Hills Community College has to offer.

Mail to:

Enrollment Center
Inver Hills Community College
2500 80th Street East
Inver Grove Heights, MN 55076

Or emailed to enrollment@inverhills.edu

Take a course for credit

If there is space available in any course, seniors can enroll and pay only $20 per credit in administration fees plus student fees, minus the Student Life fee. Senior registrations are taken starting the second day of each semester. See current fees here.

Senior Citizens are also responsible for any additional materials or textbooks for courses.

Audit a course

If a senior wants to "audit" a course – which means attending but not taking tests, being graded or earning college credit – there is no administration fee. Auditing students will be charged student fees, minus the Student Life fee. See current fees here.

Students auditing a class must still attend and participate as required by the instructor. If you want to audit, you may indicate that on the Senior Citizen Registration Form. An email from the instructor can be used to signify their approval.

Senior Citizens are also responsible for any additional materials or textbooks for courses.

Welcome to Inver Hills!

We have a very diverse campus and welcome learners of all ages. Please join us!

Do you have questions? We would love to help.

Email: enrollment@inverhills.edu
Call: 651-450-3503

Doug Hanneman

"I'm returning to Inver Hills at 65 because I need to finish what I set out to do when I first came to the college 46 years ago. When I retired two years ago, I dove into all sorts of volunteer work. While that has been rewarding, earning that degree has always been in the back of my mind. And it's more than the degree. I'm looking forward to gaining knowledge in subject areas that might be unfamiliar to me. I'm approaching it as an adventure. I'm excited about visiting new areas of study and opening my mind to different ways of viewing the world."

- Doug Hanneman, Inver Hills 2020 Outstanding Alumnus of the Year

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